I’m currently eating olives. Just olives on their own as a snack. Even two-three years ago this would have been unthinkable (I was one of many children to suffer a very traumatising confusion of grapes and olives at one point).
But whiterussian, olives are revolting!
Some fish, I suppose. Monkfish, the various bland white fishes, etc.
Was pretty much the only 3 year old who loved olives. Used to not like smelly seafood and smelly cheese until I stopped being a massive baby and grew a palate
welcome to the club
Olives: you’re not alone
Stilton and blue cheese in general. I think ones palate becomes less sensitive as one gets older so stronger flavours appeal more.
Apart from olives @whiterussian: olives are rank
think someone did this joke the other day
I was really picky when I was little, like I didn’t even like the idea of pizza because it had tomatoes on it. Now I will pretty much eat anything.
i don’t mind them on their own/in a salad but they ruin a lot of things they’re in, especially sandwiches
Despite eric’s complaints, I thoroughly enjoyed this top community.drownedinsound.com posting.
I’m still a big baby when it comes to cheeses. Don’t want to eat anything mouldy, mate.
pretty much everything that’s not pizza, chips or breakfast foods
Wouldn’t have passed my quality control, I’m afraid.
Same here with olives, then one day I tried tapenade and this lead to olives and I loved them. (Although I’ve eaten so many in the past few years that I had to take a break)